HTC G1


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HTC G1

The first Android phone. Introduced in 2008, it featured a slide-out, physical keyboard. It was superseded a year later by the G2, which was dubbed "myTouch" in the U.S. and "Magic" in Europe. See HTC, HTC EVO and HTC One.


HTC G1 and G2
The G1 (top) had a physical keyboard (not shown), while the G2 used only a virtual keyboard and added a camcorder. (Images courtesy of HTC Corporation, www.htc.com)
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Mobile World Congress attendees interested in arranging a private demonstration of mCUE on the HTC G1 should contact D2 directly at marketing@d2tech.
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